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Dane Pound

Stony Brook Football game televised

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This pretty good stuff. Hopefully they'll take our advise and put the cameras on the old gym or from the opponents side of the field.

 

TIME WARNER CABLE WILL AIR UALBANY HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME

Stony Brook Contest Will Be Televised Live in the Capital Region on Oct. 25

     Albany, N.Y. – Time Warner Cable will present a live broadcast of the University at Albany’s football game with Stony Brook at University Field on Saturday, Oct. 25 as part of Homecoming and Family Weekend on campus. UAlbany kicks off against its Northeast Conference-rival at 1:00 p.m.

     Time Warner Cable, which serves more than 320,000 customers in the Capital Region, will air the NEC football matchup on Channel 2 in Albany, Troy and Clifton Park, Channel 11 in Pittsfield, Mass., and Channel 14 in all other markets, including Schenectady, Bethlehem, Saratoga Springs, Glens Falls, Amsterdam, Gloversville and Rensselaer.

     UAlbany’s radio broadcast team of Rodger Wyland and Doug Mortman will provide the play-by-play coverage, while Capital News 9 Sports Director Damian Andrew will be the sideline reporter. Greg Bobbit will produce the broadcast for Time Warner Cable.

     Time Warner Cable’s Albany Division operates one of the most sophisticated cable systmes in the nation and is home to New York’s first two-way digital network. The system provides high-speed online access for residential customers, schools and businesses; digital cable with 240 cable channels, including on-demand services, interactive programming guides and popular, award-winning, locally-produced programming.

     UAlbany’s homecoming festivities include an appearance by the Mohanasen High School Marching Band.

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